Rob's Weather Forecast Part 2 5pm 11-09-22
- Fox Weather
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration believes classic La Niña conditions could take hold in December, with below-average temperatures expected in the northern tier of the country and much of the South escaping the onslaught of Old Man Winter.
It was a snowy start to meteorological winter across the mountains of California Thursday as a winter storm tracked across the state, and AccuWeather forecasters say that more snow is on the way. The storm arrived in Northern California late Wednesday and continued throughout Thursday, delivering much-needed rain to the lower elevations. San Francisco International Airport measured 0.71 of an inch of rain on Thursday, nearly half of the 1.58 inches of rain that fell in all of November. A yardsti
- Fox Weather
It's little rest for the weary for travelers in California trying to get over the passes in the Sierra Nevada as a second storm is barreling toward the Golden State just hours after a first storm blasted the mountains with feet of snow and wind gusts reaching as high as 99 mph.
- The State
South Carolina has already seen some chilly days in recent weeks, but what can the state expect through February?
- The Coloradoan
Here's a look at top wind gusts around the state and what's causing the latest wind storm.
- Redding Record Searchlight
All vehicles that don't have 4-wheel drive equipped with snow tires must have chains to proceed.
- Sacramento Bee
People as far away as Fresno and Los Banos reported feeling the shake, geologists say.
- Fox Weather
A deadly severe weather outbreak produced at least 40 reports of tornadoes that stretched across four states in the South on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, and new information is being learned about those who were killed in the storms.
- Fox News
Recently released satellite images show the eruption of Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano at new angles. It started late last month following a series of earthquakes.
- Yahoo Canada Style
Amazon shoppers say this electric snow shovel is so easy and effortless, "it's almost comical" — and it's on sale.
- Associated Press
The lava from the world's largest volcano is so hot and bright that the sky has turned orange. At night, throngs of people have been gathering to witness nature's spectacular light show in Hawaii. Mauna Loa, which last erupted 38 years ago, is one of five volcanoes that together make up the Big Island of Hawaii.
- Fox News
Twitter video from a doorbell camera shows the moment a bright meteor or fireball streaks across dark Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, skies on Thursday evening.
- Washington Post
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- Robb Report
The 300-mile tour was geared for Multistrada owners ready to take their machines to new heights, including an 11,670-foot pass.
- The Columbus Dispatch
The resurgence of bobcats in Ohio is a positive indication of the recovery of forested ecosystems.
- USA TODAY
Justin Briley was home for Thanksgiving break in Oklahoma when he spotted the rare leucistic bird Friday.
Heavy snow dumped feet of snow in the Sierra, and more snow is expected through the start of next week.
- NBC News
Four years ago, city officials in Palo Alto, California, posed what they thought was a straightforward question: Where did their recycling go?
- The News-Press
Army Corps: Lake Okeechobee is higher than it's been on Dec. 2 in the past 14 years, since lake discharge regulations were last updated in 2008.